Practice skills of working with children who have experienced trauma

Date produced 19 November 2020

Trauma presentations in children are challenging for many professionals, often because the child is reluctant to receive professional care. It is imperative that a child is helped to feel comfortable and safe through the process. In this webinar, therapeutic theories of trauma care for children will underpin the panel’s discussion as they illustrate some of the challenges they have experienced in this area and the specific skills required to overcome these challenges.

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Learning Outcomes

  • Describe how to work with children who have experienced trauma in ways that help them to feel more comfortable and confident.
  • Illustrate some of the challenges in working with children who have experienced trauma and how these can be overcome.
  • Outline the questions and skills needed to help children explore the effects of practice.
  • Explore skills required when a child is a reluctant participant in therapy.

 

This webinar was co-produced by MHPN and Emerging Minds for the Emerging Minds: National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health (NWCCMH) project. The full suite of associated resources, including the audio recording, are available via the Emerging Minds website.

 

Panel:

  • Ms. Kate Headley (NSW – Speech Pathologist)
  • Dr. Jacqueline Amos  (SA– Psychiatrist)
  • Mr. Chris Dolman (SA – Social worker)

 

Facilitator:

Dr. Daniel Moss  (SA -  Workforce Development Manager)

 

Read more about the panellists here.



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